Ask Google: ‘Where is Bali?' tops the list of this year's travel questions
© Provided by AFPRelaxNews American web users were keen to locate Bali in 2016. The search engine published its list of most frequently searched keywords and questions of 2016, Wednesday, December 14. This year, it seems that the location of the Indonesian island of Bali has been a subject of particular interest among American web users.
Google has revealed the top 10 travel questions most frequently asked by American users. Coming top of the list, the geographical location of Bali -- a Buddhist island found between the islands of Java and Lombok in the Indonesian archipelago -- appears to have piqued the interest of web users in the USA.
© Provided by AFPRelaxNews "What to do in Las Vegas?" was the second most popular question. In fourth place, "Where is Corfu?" proved another popular question for American travelers this year. A trendy European destination in 2016, the Greek island is located in the Ionian Sea, unlike other well-known island hotspots like Santorini.
The location of Bora Bora, in French Polynesia (sixth), and the Grand Canyon (tenth) complete the list of geography-based travel questions.
Other questions in the top 10 focus on activities within the USA. Las Vegas is clearly still a destination that interests many US travelers, with "what to do" in Sin City proving the second most frequently asked question.
Similarly, tourists were looking out for things to do in San Francisco (third), Orlando (fifth) and Miami (seventh).© Provided by AFPRelaxNews View of Pontikonisi, Corfu, Greece.
Google's top 10 most frequently asked travel questions of 2016
1. Where is Bali?
2. What to do in Las Vegas?
3. What to do in San Francisco?
4. Where is Corfu?
5. What to do in Orlando?
6. Where is Bora Bora?
7. What to do in Miami?
8. How many ounces can you take on a plane?
9. What to do in Myrtle Beach?
10. Where is the Grand Canyon?
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Babies in NICU dressed as presents in special photo shoot
A baby may be one of life's greatest gifts, and these 31 preemies certainly looked the part as they were dressed up as Christmas presents. Families in the NCUI at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City celebrated an early birthday with their preemie babies, who were decorated in bows, felt gift wrap, and hand-knitted Santa caps, thanks to The March of Dimes. The organizations said it was especially important for them to provide families of premature babies with a normal holiday.
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